#2
Whoa....

What are you recording? Audio or midi?

Audio can only be saved as audio, and midi can only be saved as midi, but can be converted to audio.

When working with Cubase, an audio file is nearly always a wav file already. No need to convert.

What are you doing, and what are you trying to do? Your problem is really unclear.

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#4
If you have a MIDI file that you played through a keyboard, you'll need to bounce tracks through buses so that you'll get a sound file instead, then save that as a .wav. Otherwise, you're just saving your "performance" which is a series of velocities and timings.
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